There is only one file type that uses the .MJDOC extension:
Document created by MacJournal, a program used for journaling and blogging; stores a collection of journal entries, including each entry's title, date, and written text; may also include images and audio and video content, as well as each entry's rating, status, and priority.
MacJournal documents are used for organizing and storing personal thoughts in one location. If users choose to publish their journals, they can export their MJDOC file to several file formats, including .PDF, .DOCX, .DOC, .ODT, .HTML, .RTF, and .RTFD formats. MJDOC files can also be exported as Podcasts for subscribers.
MJDOC files can be password protected with 256-bit AES encryption. This helps users protect sensitive and private personal information.
NOTE: MacJournal was previously developed by Mariner Software.
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Updated: September 15, 2020